Outdoor Channel, America’s Leader In Outdoor TV, showcases its top outdoor stars in action-packed episodes airing this week that feature guest appearances from the worlds of Major League Baseball (MLB), National Hockey League (NHL) and custom motorcycles.
This week’s noteworthy episodes that are part of Outdoor Channel’s exhilarating fourth quarter programming lineup are:
“BioLogic & Drury’s Wildlife Obsession” [Tuesday 10/22 at 10:00 p.m. ET]: Terry Drury is joined by Jon Lester of the Boston Red Sox. The pitcher, who beat lymphoma and was honored with an MLB Hutch Award for his fighting spirit and competitive drive, steps off the diamond and into the thicket to show how his precise pitching skills make for accurate buck hunts. Meanwhile, over the state border in Iowa, Andrew Dent, grandson of the eldest Drury team member – John Williams, embarks on his first whitetail hunt in Missouri. Even at a young age, Andrew shows great promise as a sharpshooter, continuing the Drury legacy and shining as a next generation hunter.
“Nosler’s Magnum TV” [Sunday 10/27 at 4:00 p.m. ET]: Host Rod Dunham drafts Detroit Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock for a trip to central Asia for the second half of this two-part TV special. The pair travel by car, horse and foot in search of their goal: the Marco Polo Sheep and Mid-Asian Ibex in Kyrgyzstan. Tune-in to see if Coach Babcock learns an offensive tactic or two from Dunham on this exhilarating hunt.
“Wildgame Nation” [Sunday 10/27 at 8:30 p.m. ET]: Both “hogs” and elk make appearances in this episode. The show features Orange County Choppers’ (OCC) extraordinary hunting-themed motorcycle, complete with chrome elk antlers, cross-bow holder, trail camera and more. Then, the Busbice and OCC crews rev their engines and head for the hills of Colorado to hunt massive bull Elk.
The fall TV season is underway and hunting season is in full swing. Come along on riveting adventures with Outdoor Channel celebrity talent and their distinguished guest stars as they collectively share in their passion for the great outdoors.
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